Scotland will need to concentrate on getting a result in Georgia
We’re getting down the business end in Euro 2016 qualifying but everything still looks up for grabs in Group D, with Scotland and the Republic of Ireland retaining an interest in proceedings.
The Scots welcome world champions Germany to Hampden to play in front of a sell-out crowd on Monday but first have to ensure they take maximum points from a visit to Tbilisi to take on Georgia.
Scotland and their fans have never been short of self-belief and, though only third in their section at present, could put a real spanner in the works if they can pick up six points from their next two games.
Stuart Armstrong and Christophe Berra have withdrawn from the squad because of injury but Celtic skipper Scott Brown is expected to be fit to lead the team and winger Ikechi Enya is well on the way to recovering from a knock picked up training.
This is a match that Scotland have to win if they are to keep up the pressure on Poland and Germany. They’ve only been beaten once since unluckily losing against Germany in Dortmund a year ago and should pick up three points, Evens in our Full Time Result marketAdd to betslip, in Tbilisi if they concentrate on the matter at hand.
Georgia’s scoring record is poor and they can be backed at 19/20 to net 0 in our Total Goals Home bettingAdd to betslip.
The match kicks off at 5.00pm on Friday, September 4th at the Boris Palchadze Stadium, Tbilisi
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